AFP: Bahrain Sentences Six to Death for 'Assassination Plot'
Bahrain's top military court sentenced six men to death on Monday after convicting them of charges including plotting to assassinate the Gulf state's armed forces chief, state media reported.
Re-trial Held for Mohsen Al Majed, Sentenced to Death over Murder of Jordanian Policemen
The second high criminal court in Bahrain began on Monday reviewing the case of Mohsen Al Majed, who is sentenced to death over charges of involvement in the killing of Jordanian policemen Ali Zureiqat in Damastan, as well as the death of Haj Abdul Karim Al-Basri.
Court of Cassation Rejects Death Sentence Against Salman Isa, Accused of Killing Pakistani Police Officer
The Court of Cassation rejected the verdict issued against Salman Isa, who is accused by the authorities of caused an explosion in Easter Akar, which led to the death of Pakistani police officer, Mahmoud Fareed.
Appeals Court Upholds Death Sentence for 3 Bahrainis over Attack on Police in Al-Daih
Bahraini Court upheld on Tuesday death sentences issued over case of killing officer and two policemen in Al-Daih.
European Parliament Calls on Bahrain to Grant Mohammed Ramadan Royal Pardon or Commute his Sentence
The European Parliament called on in a joint motion for a resolution “the Government of Bahrain to grant Mohammed Ramadan a royal pardon or to commute his sentence,” expressing its “concern and disappointment over Bahrain’s return to the practice of capital punishment.”
International HR Commission: Bahrain Issues Death Penalties with No legal Justifications
Bahrain Mirror: The International Human Rights Ambassador to the Middle East Haitham Abu Saeed said that “Bahrain’s government issues death sentences with no legal justifications,” pointing out that “since the eruption of the popular movement calling for reforms aon February 14, 2011, 7 people have been sentenced to death.”